Propane Tank Exchange
Never Run Out of Propane Again
At Country Propane we have been providing residential customers beyond the natural gas mains with propane for heating, cooking, and more. With the rapid popularity of gas grills and fire pits for backyard use, we also offer propane tank exchange and refill.
Today, you can find Country Propane in two locations:
- Country Propane Main Office
439 US Route 11
Central Square, NY 13036
(Open Year Round- M-F 8 am to 5 pm Sat winter hrs: 8-12 am/Summer hrs: 8 am to 2 pm)
- Hickory Hill Golf Course (Refill Site April – Sept)
Route 31 in Clay
(9 am to 7 pm Weather Permitting)
How to Use Tank Exchange
When you are looking to do some grilling or startup that outdoor heater and enjoy time with family and friends, there is nothing worse than running out of gas. Don’t let this happen when you can easily get a fresh, clean, tested, and certified propane tank quickly and easily.
At Country Propane along with partners at Hickory Hill are dedicated to taking care of our customers with the easy convenience of propane tank exchange.
Exchanging Your Propane Tank
Step 1. Take your empty take to a Country Propane exchange location nearest to you. Leave it next to your tank exchange cabinet. Please do NOT bring it into the store.
Step 2: Go inside and purchase your new exchange tank. An employee will accompany you to the cabinet and give you a fresh propane tank.
Step 3: Put your new propane take in your car or truck and you are all set to enjoy all the things that propane allows. During the transport of your new tank, take some precautions and make sure it remains in an upright position and that it is away from heat and open flames.
Putting the “Pro” in Propane Since 1985
Choose Country Propane & Join Our Family Today
As a local, family-owned and operated propane providers in the Syracuse and Central New York area, we are committed to providing reliable, friendly, safe, and responsive propane service to all our customers. At Country Propane, we are large enough to serve you – even during the most severe winter heating season – and small enough to care.